The paper titled “Private Data Sharing in a Secure Cloud-based Application for Acute Stroke Care” was presented at the 34th IEEE CBMS International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, that took place on June, 7th 2021.
Lucio Reis (AMC) presented the paper to the audience that consisted of approximately 50 people coming mainly from the academia and research.
The paper starts with the leading security and privacy requirements for cloud-based healthcare applications and contextualises each requirement in the acute stroke care use case of AMC within the ASCLEPIOS project. Afterwards, the ASCLEPIOS eHealth Cloud-based framework deployment to address each requirement in the context of data sharing during acute stroke care through a prototype is described. The prototype depicted in Figure 1 combines the ASCLEPIOS framework with a public cloud service infrastructure.
Figure 1: System Prototype for the Acute Stroke Care Use Case
Preliminary results from the prototype validate that it meets the security and privacy requirements since it protects the electronic health record (EHR) data against unauthorised access, data breaches, and data exposure on public cloud providers. The presentation of the paper concluded with discussions about the usability and performance of the ASCLEPIOS framework in the context of the prototype (Figure 2).
Figure 2: Addressing Security Requirements with the ASCLEPIOS Prototype (top), Initial Prototype Results (bottom)
If you want to read the complete paper, it is available online in the Conference Proceedings in IEEE Xplore: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9474670.